After completing his schooling career with an excellent academic record, Singh did not have the finance to study further and instead became a security officer to help protect community members. He soon joined a local football club to pursue this passion on the field.
The Chatsworth Boxing Academy has played a major role in the life of the aspiring boxer, who receives training at the Nelson Mandela Youth Centre. The centre is located in the Chatsworth community and he is coached by the dedicated John Marigaudu alongside his trainer, Derek Vijiam.
The excited Elora Primary School pupil excels academically and in sport believes that chess has the power to improve the mind-set of the youth.
This organisation is a dynamic force in the country and this competition was of a high talent as many provincial and Protea athletes displayed their expertise.
The under 11 team did the club proud with their dedicated participation in their very first time competing.
Members of the organisation discussed and realigned the vision, set new targets and determined strengths and weaknesses during the exciting initiative.
After the youngster’s coach, Erick Takiwira saw the passion and potential among Thaver and his fellow pupils at Open Air School, he began promoting the sport, which the young lad quickly fell in love with.
The fitness fanatic was introduced to the sport by his cousin, Links Pillay, who took the young and apprehensive karate kid to attend lessons at Ruku’s Judo and Karate Club, in Bayview.
The organisation currently has 180 dedicated members from throughout KwaZulu-Natal, who often meet to watch games together.
Thirty-six members of the club participated in the competition.
In 2014, Naidoo moved from fitness to an aspiring body builder which became a goal the fitness freak hoped to achieve.